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赣州开发区医院男科医院全南妇幼保健院有泌尿科吗That is really where a lot of my focus has been on.我把很多精力放在这上面Its visualizing data, visualizing information,这些数据和信息变得看得见,摸得着moving around in real time.在不断实时运转着I took that concept and eventually我接受了这个概念in 2000 realized that I had最终在2000年我意识到this beautiful picture of the city我虽然勾画出了这个城市的美丽图景but it was all verticals.但它都是垂直的线There were no people in it.里面没有人Where are all the people in the city?城市里的人都到哪去了?Thats when I started working on a very,这时,我开始研究一个very simple prototype based on非常简单的原型some inspiration from Instant Messenger我从具有离开状态功能的即时通讯务with the Away status and also a service和客托管的务called LiveJournal,中汲取了灵感which was a very simple journal它是一种很简单的blogging application that allowed客应用程序you to compose a blog post and它可以让你撰写的客文章it would go to a friends page.出现朋友的页面上I also had the first BlackBerry because我还第一次用上了黑莓手机I was still working in dispatch at the time.因为那时我还在忙调度的事情It was called the RIM 850.叫做RIM 850It was basically just an email pager.它基本上只是一个邮件呼机But what it allowed is I could be anywhere in the world但它可以让我在世界任何地方anywhere in the city,或是在这个城市的任何地方and I could share what I was doing and maybe和别人分享我在做什么I could also see what other people were doing.分享我看到别人在做什么So, I wrote some very simple software to receive an所以我编写一些很简单的软件email from my BlackBerry and then send it out to an来接收我的黑莓手机发来的邮件email list of some people I put on that list,然后将其转发给一个邮件列表with my friends and my family on it.这个列表上有我的朋友和家人I got that done in about a day.我用一天时间才做完Then, I went out to Golden Gate Park接着我去了金门公园and I went to the Bison Paddock.去了野牛帕多克We do have live bison in San Francisco,我们旧金山确实有野牛if you havent seen it.不过你可能没见过Theyre awesome.它们太棒了And I typed out an email that said,我写出了一封邮件说;Im at Golden Gate Park watching the bison.;我在金门公园看野牛It went out to my service and邮件按我的想法发了出去was broadcast out to all these people.让这些人都可以看到I merely recognized two things.然而,这只让我看清了两件事First, no one cared what I was doing.第一,没有人在乎我在做什么Second, no one else had a BlackBerry.第二,其他人都没有黑莓手机So, I was alone in my sharing and also receiving.所以只有我一个人在分享和接收我的信息So, I was getting my information back.所以我只是让我的信息又回到我这里了Wrong time, good idea, put it on the shelf.错误的时间,好的想法,还是搁置比较好201503/365109赣州宁都前列腺炎多少钱 Mr. Speaker, Lord Speaker,Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister,Leader of the Opposition and distinguished guests:I am delighted to be with you today.A Chairde:Tá fíor-chaoin áthas orm bheith anseo libh ar ócáid an chéad cuairt stáit seo.On the first day of this State Visit, I have been graciously and warmly welcomed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, and I have come to this place from a poignant and uplifting visit to Westminster Abbey. I am greatly honoured to be the first President of Ireland to address you in this distinguished Palace of Westminster.As a former parliamentarian, honoured to have spent twenty-five years as a member of Dáil #201;ireann, and a further decade serving in our Upper House, Seanad #201;ireann, it constitutes a very special privilege to be speaking today in a place that history has made synonymous with the principle of democratic governance and with respect for a political discourse that is both inclusive and pluralist.At the very foundation of British democracy is, of course, the Magna Carta which includes the powerful statement:“To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay, right or justice.”Those beautiful and striking words have echoed down the centuries and remain the beating heart of the democratic tradition. Their resonance was felt almost immediately in Ireland through the Magna Carta Hiberniae – a version of the original charter reissued by the guardians of the young Henry III in November 1216.They are also words which echo with a particular significance when we have indeed so recently seen the adverse consequences of a discourse that regards politics, society and the economy as somehow separate, each from the other; this is a divisive perspective which undermines the essential relationship between the citizen and the State. Today, as both our countries work to build sustainable economies and humane and flourishing societies, we would do well to recall the words of the Magna Carta and its challenge to embrace a concept of citizenship rooted in the principles of active participation, justice and freedom.Such a vision of citizenship is shared by our two peoples. It is here, in this historic building that, over the centuries, the will of the British people gradually found its full democratic voice. It is inspiring to stand in a place where, for more than a century, many hundreds of dedicated parliamentarians, in their different ways, represented the interests and aspirations of the Irish people.Next month marks the centenary of the passing of the Home Rule Act by the House of Commons – a landmark in our shared history. It was also here that the votes of Irish nationalist Members of Parliament in 1911 were instrumental in the passage of the Parliament Act, a critical step in the development of your parliamentary system.History was also made here in 1918 when the Irish electorate chose the first woman to be elected to this parliament – Constance Markiewicz – who, of course, chose not to take her Westminster seat but, rather, to represent her constituents in our independent parliament, the first Dáil #201;ireann. Constance’s sister, Eva Gore-Booth, who is buried in Hampstead, had been making, and would continue to make, her own distinctive contribution to history – not only in the Irish nationalist struggle, but as part of the suffragette and labour movements in Britain.Nearly 90 years earlier, the passage of the Catholic Emancipation Act of 1829 was secured by the leadership of our great Irish parliamentarian, Daniel O’Connell. O’Connell’s nationalism set no border to his concern for human rights; his advocacy extended to causes and movements for justice around the world, including the struggle to end slavery. He was totally dedicated to seeking freedom, as he put it:“attained not by the effusion of human blood but by the constitutional combination of good and wise men.”While O’Connell may not have achieved that ambition during his own lifetime, it was such an idealism that served to guide and influence, so many years later, the achievement of the momentous Good Friday Agreement of 1998. That achievement was founded on the cornerstones of equality, justice and democratic partnership, and was a key milestone on the road to today’s warm, deep and enduring Irish-British friendship.Our two countries can take immense pride in the progress of the cause of peace in Northern Ireland. But of course there is still a road to be travelled – the road of a lasting and creative reconciliation – and our two Governments have a shared responsibility to encourage and support those who need to complete the journey of making peace permanent and constructive, enduring.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:I stand here at a time when the relationship between our two islands has, as I have said, achieved a closeness and warmth that once seemed unachievable. The people of Ireland greatly cherish the political independence that was secured in 1922 – an independence which was fought for by my father and many of his generation. The pain and sacrifice associated with the advent of Irish independence inevitably cast its long shadow across our relations, causing us, in the words of the Irish MP Stephen Gwynn, to: “look at each other with doubtful eyes.”We acknowledge that past but, as you have said, even more, we wholeheartedly welcome the considerable achievement of today’s reality – the mutual respect, friendship and cooperation which exists between our two countries, our two peoples. That benign reality was brought into sharp relief by the historic visit of Queen Elizabeth to Ireland three years ago. Her Majesty’s visit eloquently expressed how far we have come in understanding and respecting our differences, and it demonstrated that we could now look at each other through trusting eyes of mutual respect and shared commitments.The ties between us are now strong and resolute. Formidable flows of trade and investment across the Irish Sea confer mutual benefit on our two countries. Be it in tourism, sport or culture, our people to people connections have never been as close or abundant.Generations of Irish emigrants have made their mark on the development of this country. As someone whose own siblings made their home here at the end of the 1950s, I am very proud of the large Irish community that is represented in every walk of life in the ed Kingdom. That community is the living heart in the evolving British-Irish relationship. I greatly cherish how the Irish in Britain have preserved and nurtured their culture and heritage while, at the same time, making a distinctive and valued contribution to the development of modern Britain.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:As both our islands enter periods of important centenaries we can and must, reflect on the ethical importance of respecting different, but deeply interwoven, narratives. Such reflection will offer us an opportunity to craft a bright future on the extensive common ground we share and, where we differ in matters of interpretation, to have respectful empathy for each other’s perspectives.This year the ed Kingdom commemorates the First World War. In Ireland too, we remember the large number of our countrymen who entered the battlefields of Europe, never to return home. Amongst those was the Irish nationalist MP Tom Kettle who wrote that:“this tragedy of Europe may be and must be the prologue to the two reconciliations of which all statesmen have dreamed, the reconciliation of Protestant Ulster with Ireland, and the reconciliation of Ireland with Great Britain.”It is, I think, significant that Kettle refers to “this tragedy of Europe.” We must always remember that this brutal and tragic war laid the hand of death on every country in Europe.Kettle died as an Irish patriot, a British soldier and a true European. He understood that to be authentically Irish we must also embrace our European identity. It is an identification we proudly claim today, an identification we share with the ed Kingdom, with whom we have sat around the negotiating table in Europe for over 40 years. We recognise that it has been in that European context of mutuality and interdependence that we took the most significant steps towards each other.Mr Speaker, Lord Speaker:I have been struck by the imposing canvases in this room, these depictions of the Battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo, painted by the Irishman Daniel Maclis. They call to mind another famous painting by this great artist that hangs in the National Gallery in Dublin. It depicts the 12th century marriage of Aoife, daughter of the King of Leinster, to Strongbow, the leader of the first Anglo-Norman force to arrive in Ireland. Those nuptials took place in the context of conflict and did not necessarily become a harbinger of harmony. Neither was there to be a marriage of hearts and minds between our two islands in the following centuries.Today, however, we have a fresh canvas on which to sketch our shared hopes and to advance our overlapping ambitions. What we now enjoy between Ireland and Britain is a friendly, co-operative partnership based on mutual respect, reciprocal benefit, and deep and indelible personal links that bind us together in cultural and social terms.In the final days of his life, the soldier and parliamentarian, to whom I have referred, Tom Kettle dreamed of a new era of friendship between our two peoples – “Free, we are free to be your friend” – was how he put it in one of his poems.The journey then of our shared British-Irish relationship towards that freedom has progressed from the doubting eyes of estrangement to the trusting eyes of partnership and, in recent years, to the welcoming eyes of friendship.I am conscious that I am in the company here of so many distinguished parliamentarians who have made their own individual contributions to the journey we have travelled together. I acknowledge them and I salute them, as I acknowledge and salute all those who have selflessly worked to build concord between our peoples. I celebrate our warm friendship and I look forward with confidence to a future in which that friendship can grow even more resolute and more productive.Gur fada a ghabhfaidh pobail agus parlaimintí an dá oileán seo le chéile go síochánta, go séanmhar agus sa chairdeas buandlúite idir #201;ire agus an Bhreatain.Long may our two peoples and their parliaments walk together in peace, prosperity and ever closer friendship between Ireland and Britain.Mr Speaker, Members, thank you again for your kind welcome.Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.201502/359927Well, let me tel you something, the answer is simple: you inspires me. You touched me. You know, there are few things that are more rewarding than to watch young people recognize that they have the power to make their dreams come true. And you did just that. Your perseverance and creativity were on full display in your efforts to bring me here to Merced for this wonderful occasion.那么让我告诉大家,我的很简单:是因为你们激发了我,你们感动了我。你们知道,几乎没有什么比看到年轻人认识到他们能够实现自己的梦想更有价值了。你们确实认识到了这一点。你们邀请我来见这一美好时刻,期间你们所付出的努力充分展示了你们的坚韧和想象力。So, let me tell you what you did. If you dont know, parents, because some of this wonderful cards from students; each and every one of them so filled with hope and enthusiasm. It moved not just me but my entire staff. They came up to me and said, ;Michelle, you have to do this.; ;You have to go there.;那么,让我告诉大家你们都做了什么。各位家长,你们可能不知道,你们中也有一些人参与其中。我收到了上千封学生们的来信,当然还有情人节明星片,每一封信每一张明信片中都充满了期待和热情。这不仅感动了我,还感动了我所有的同事们。他们过来跟我说:“米歇尔,你必须去参加。”“你必须到那里去。”They were all terrific. Like the one from Christopher Casuga that , ;Dear Mrs. Obama: Please come to UC Merceds commencement. We would really use the publicity.; That really touched me.那些信和明信片都写得棒极了。比如,来自克里斯多夫·卡苏卡的信中写道:“亲爱的奥巴马夫人,请来参加加州大学莫塞德分校毕业典礼吧!我们真的可以使用公众舆论。”那真的触动了我的心灵。Or then there was one from Jim Greenwood who wrote not on his behalf but on behalf of his wife and mother of his two children, who is graduating with us today.来自吉姆·格林伍德的信中说,他不仅仅是代表他自己给我写信,还代表他的妻子。他的妻子已经是两个孩子的母亲了,她是今天在座的毕业生中的一员。And then there was the one from Andres Mercado. I think this was one of my favorites. Andrea said that the role of First Lady is —and I hope—;The balance between the politics and sanity;. Thank you, Andrea, for that vote of confidence.还有一封来自安德里亚·梅尔卡多的信。我想这是我最喜欢的来信中的一封。安德里亚在信中写道:“第一夫人的角色就是要在政治和理智之间寻求平衡。”谢谢你,安德里亚,谢谢你给我的信任投票。 /201302/226371崇义人民医院治疗包皮包茎哪家医院最好

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赣州长安男科医院官方网站But when hundreds of thousands of Chinese started showing up in my country,working hard on the railroads and the mines and then kicking back in the evening just like they had in the old country,with a few puffs on that opium pipe,thats when you saw the first drug prohibition laws in California and Nevada,thats when you saw the first drug prohibition laws in California and Nevada, 但是,当成千上万的中国人开始出现在我的国家,在铁路和矿山上卖力工,然后晚上放松一下,就像他们在故乡常做的那样,吸上几口大烟,这就是你所见到的第一条禁毒法令出现在加利福尼亚州和内华达州,driven by racist fears of Chinese transforming white women into opium-addicted sex slaves.因为那些有种族歧视的人担心中国人会把白人妇女变成鸦片成瘾的性奴。The first cocaine prohibition laws, similarly prompted,by racist fears of black men sniffing that white powder,and forgetting their proper place in Southern society. 而第一条禁止可卡因的法律,也是由那些种族歧视的人提出的,他们怕黑人闻了那白色粉末之后会忘记自己在南方社会里真正的位置。And the first marijuana prohibition laws,all about fears of Mexican migrants in the West and the Southwest. 还有第一条禁止大麻的法律,同样是源于对西部和西南部地区墨西哥移民的恐惧。And what was true in my country,is true in so many others as well,with both the origins of these laws and their implementation. 这就是发生在我们国家真相,相信在很多别的地方也同样如此,那些法律的起源和它们的执行。Put it this way,and I exaggerate only slightly: 换句话说,让我稍稍夸大一点,If the principal smokers of cocaine were affluent older white men and the principal consumers of Viagra were poor young black men,then smokable cocaine would be easy to get with a prescription from your doctor,and selling Viagra would get you five to 10 years behind bars. 如果可卡因的主要吸食者都是些有钱的白人老头而伟哥的主要消费者,都是些贫穷年轻的黑人男子,那么,你将很容易地拿着医生的处方买到烟用可卡因,而出售伟哥会让你在牢里待上5到10年。I used to be a professor teaching about this.我曾是个教这方面知识的教授.Now Im an activist, a human rights activist,and what drives me is my shame at living in an otherwise great nation,that has less than five percent of the worlds population,but almost 25 percent of the worlds incarcerated population. 但现在,我是一个行动者,一名人权运动的积极分子,而背后驱动我的力量,是我的惭愧,我生活在一个原本很伟大的国家,它有着不到世界5%的人口,监狱里却关着占世界总数25%的犯人。Its the people I meet who have lost someone they love to drug-related violence or prison,or overdose or AIDS.我遇到这样的人:他们曾因为与毒品有关的暴力事件、监禁、吸食过量或艾滋病,而失去了他们所爱的人。because our drug policies emphasize criminalization over health.这都是因为我们的毒品政策它们强调刑责超过人们健康。Its good people who have lost their jobs,their homes, their freedom, even their children to the state, not because they hurt anyone but solely because they chose to use one drug instead of another.他们是好人,他们失去了工作、房子、自由、甚至他们的孩子到了这般田地,不是因为他们伤害了谁,而仅仅是因为他们选择了某一种药物,而不是另一种。So is legalization the answer?所以,“合法化”是我们寻找的吗?On that, Im torn:关于这一点,我非常为难:three days a week I think yes, three days a week I think no,and on Sundays Im agnostic. 每周有三天里我觉得是这样的,还有三天我觉得不是,然后在周末,我是不可知论者。But since today is Tuesday,let me just say that legally regulating and taxing most of the drugs that are now criminalized,would radically reduce the crime, violence,corruption and black markets,and the problems of adulterated and unregulated drugs,and improve public safety,and allow taxpayer resources to be developed to more useful purposes. 但既然今天是星期二,就让我说:只要合法地管制并对其征税大多数现在被列为非法的精神药物,会显著地减少犯罪、暴力、贪污、黑市、以及掺假和不受管制的药物问题,并且提高公共安全,还能使纳税人的资源被投入到更有用的地方。I mean, look, the markets in marijuana, cocaine,heroin and methamphetamine are global commodities markets just like the global markets in alcohol, tobacco,coffee, sugar, and so many other things. 我的意思是,你看,大麻、可卡因、海洛因和甲基苯丙胺的市场,是全球性的商品市场就跟全球的酒精、烟草、咖啡、糖、以及许多其他的市场一样。Where there is a demand,there will be a supply.只要哪里有需求,哪里就会有供应。Knock out one source and another inevitably emerges.消灭了一个源头,另一个源头还是会不可避免地出现。201503/363074 Hi, everybody.大家好。This week, I went down to an Amazon warehouse in Tennessee to talk more about what we need to do to secure a better bargain for the middle class ,本周,我到访了亚马逊在田纳西州的一个仓库,谈到了如何为中产阶级提供更好的保障的问题,to make sure that anyone who works hard can get ahead in the 21st century economy.让任何一个努力付出的人在21世纪的经济浪潮里获得成功。Over the past four and a half years, weve fought our way back from the worst recession of our lifetimes and begun to lay a foundation for stronger, more durable economic growth.过去四年半的时间,我们成功抵挡住了此生以来最严重的经济衰退,并为未来经济增长打下了更坚实、更持久基础。Today, our businesses have created 7.3 million new jobs over the last 41 months.现在,我们的企业在过去41个月里新增730万个就业岗位。We now sell more products made in America to the rest of the world than ever before.现在销售到世界各地的美国产品比以往任何时候都要多。Health care costs are growing at the slowest rate in 50 years, and our deficits are falling at the fastest rate in 60 years.医疗保险的出增长也降低到50年来的最水平,财政赤字也以60年来最快的速度在降低。But as any middle-class family will tell you, were not where we need to be yet.正如任何一个中产家庭想要说的一样,我们还远未达到我们的既定目标。Even before the crisis hit,即便是在经济危机之前,we were living through a decade where a few at the top were doing better and better, while most families were working harder and harder just to get by.我们生活的这个时代,社会顶层的一小部分人越来越好,而大多数家庭不断的努力工作却只能换来勉强苟活。Reversing this trend must be Washingtons highest priority.反转这一势头必须是华盛顿的头等大事。Its certainly mine.当然也是我的头等大事。But too often over the past two years, Washington has taken its eye off the ball.但在过去两年的大多数时间里,华盛顿根本没有关注过这一问题。Theyve allowed an endless parade of political posturing and phony scandals to distract from growing our economy and strengthening the middle class.他们任由政治表态、骗人的丑闻轮番上演,将注意力从促进经济增长和巩固中产阶级地位的重点上引开。Thats why Im laying out my ideas for how we can build on the cornerstones of what it means to be middle class in America.这正是提出我想法的原因,对中产阶级影响重大的事情,我们要在职权范围内做出努力,为他们打下基础。A good education.好的教育,A home of your own.你们自己拥有的住房,Health care when you get sick.你生病时候的医疗保险,A secure retirement even if youre not rich.即便不太富裕也能靠得住的退休金。And the most important cornerstone of all: a good job in a durable, growing industry.而最为重要的基石则是:持久增长的产业中良好的工作岗位。When it comes to creating more good jobs that pay decent wages, the problem is not a lack of ideas.而谈到创造更多有体面收入的良好工作岗位这一问题时,问题关键不在于缺乏想法。Plenty of independent economists, business owners and people from both parties agree on what we have to do.大多独立经济学家,企业主和两党的很多人都懂得我们要做什么。I proposed many of these ideas two years ago in the American Jobs Act.我在两年前的《美国就业法案》里也提出过很多相关建议。And this week, I put forward common-sense proposals for how we can create more jobs in manufacturing; in wind, solar and natural gas; and by rebuilding Americas infrastructure.在本周,我提出了一些常规方案,包括如何在制造业,风能、太阳能、天然气领域及重建美国的基础设施创造更多就业岗位。What were lacking is action from Washington.我们真正缺乏的是华盛顿的行动。And thats why, in addition to proposing ideas that we know will grow our economy,正因如此,在提出这些众所周知的促进经济增长的想法的基础上,Ive also put forward a strategy for breaking through the Washington logjam-a “grand bargain” for the middle class.我还提出了一项打破当前华盛顿的僵局的方案—为中产阶级来一次“大妥协”Im willing to work with Republicans to simplify our tax code for businesses large and small,我愿意与共和党人一起为大中小型企业精简税法,but only if we take the money we save by transitioning to a simpler tax system and make a significant investment in creating good, middle-class jobs.但只有通过更简明的税收系统及在创造收入良好的中产阶级岗位方面进行重大投资才能真正将钱省下来。We can put construction workers back on the job rebuilding our infrastructure.我们可以让建筑工人重返工作岗位重建我们的基础设施。We can boost manufacturing, so more American companies can sell their products around the world.我们可以重建我们的制造业,这样美国公司可以将更多的产品销售到全世界。And we can help our community colleges arm our workers with the skills they need in a global economy-all without adding a dime to the deficit.而且我们还能帮助职业大学培养工人,让他们具备参与全球经济竞争所需的各项技能,所有这些事情不会给财政增加一分钱的赤字。Ill keep laying out my ideas to give the middle class a better shot in the 21st century, and Ill keep reaching out to Republicans for theirs.我会不断提出自己的想法,给中产阶级在21世纪一个更好的未来,我也将继续与共和党合作,达成他们所要的目标。But gutting critical investments in our future and threatening national default on the bills that Congress has aly racked up-thats not an economic plan.但砍掉对未来影响重大的投资,威胁到国会已经取得阶段成果的国家信用违约,这就不是什么经济计划了。Denying health care to millions of Americans, or shutting down the government just because Im for keeping it open-that wont help the middle class.反对惠及数百万人口的医疗保险,亦或是因为我要保持其开放而非得关闭政府务部门的话,是不会帮助到中产阶级的。The truth is, there are no gimmicks when it comes to creating jobs.事实是,创造就业没有什么噱头。There are no tricks to grow the economy.促进经济增长也没有什么花招。Reversing the long erosion of middle-class security in this country wont be easy.要反转中产阶级地位不断侵蚀的态势并非易事。But if we work together and take a few bold steps-and if Washington is willing to set aside politics and focus on what really matters-we can grow our economy and give the middle class a better bargain.但只要我们共同努力,采取一些大胆的措施,如果华盛顿愿意抛弃政治成见,关注真正重要的事情的,我们就能促进经济的增长,并给中产阶级一个更好的保障。And together, we can make this country a place where everyone who works hard can get ahead.通过共同努力,我们可以让这个国家的每一个努力工作的人获得成功。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快。201308/253328赣州地区妇幼保健院男科电话上犹县寺下中心医院包皮手术多少钱

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